First came the 911 GT3. This was soon followed by the 911 GT2 RS. Now comes the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, the third model in the GT range that the German sports car maker has unveiled within a year.
This being a GT with the RS moniker means that it is tuned with motorsport in mind—yet still being ready for the road. The body is classic Porsche with emphasis on racing as seen from the large fixed rear wing. This continues on the inside with the carbon racing bucket seats, lightweight door panels with opening loops and storage nets, and a rear lid that are all fitted in the name of weight savings.
But as everyone knows, looks aren’t everything. In this case, the racy appearance is matched by a potent 4.0-liter naturally-aspirated flat-six motor that puts out 520hp—20 more horses than the one found in the 911 GT3. This allows the car to race to a hundred kilometers per hour from rest in just 3.2 ticks before hitting a 312kph top speed.